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  • Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski, Wojciech Karolak ‎– Mainstream – Polish Jazz vol. 40 full album

    40:37



    Polish Jazz vol. 40
    Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎– SX 1139
    1974 r.

    A1 I Hear Music
    A2 My Favourite Things
    A3 Dookoła Wojtek

    B1 Walkin'
    B2 I Got It Bad
    B3 It Could Happen To You

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  • Andrzej Kurylewicz Quintet ‎- 10 + 8

    40:47

    Artist: Andrzej Kurylewicz Quintet
    Album: 10 + 8
    Year: 1967
    Genre: modal jazz, free jazz, post bop, avant-garde jazz, proto-disco
    Country: Poland
    Label: Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎– XL 0439 (Polish Jazz – Vol. 14)

    Personnel:
    Alto Saxophone – Włodzimierz Nahorny
    Bass – Janusz Kozłowski
    Bass, Tambourine – Jacek Ostaszewski
    Drums – Sergiusz Perkowski
    Valve Trombone, Piano, Composed By – Andrzej Kurylewicz
    Vocals – Wanda Warska

    Recorded in Warsaw, October 1967

    Tracklist:
    A1 Już Ja Z Tobą Nie Zostanę
    A2 Requiem Dla Z. C.
    A3 10 + 8

    B1 Rondo
    B2 Twarz Widza

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  • Records from Poland

    35:01

    #polish #vinylset
    Welcome to the second season of the Coffee Break Sessions! This is the third episode where I'm playing Polish jazz, funk & disco records. I cannot write the tracklist, when I do, the video gets blocked instantly!
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  • Polish Jazz Quartet - Przechadzka pustymi ulicami Official Audio

    8:31

    Posłuchaj w serwisach cyfrowych:

    „Przechadzka pustymi ulicami”
    Muzyka: Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski

    Jan „Ptaszyn” Wróblewski – saksofon tenorowy
    Wojciech Karolak – fortepian
    Juliusz Sandecki – kontrabas
    Andrzej Dąbrowski – perkusja


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    1964 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Polskie Nagrania, A Warner Music Group Company. All rights reserved.

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  • Astigmatic

    23:03

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    Astigmatic · Krzysztof Komeda · Komeda Quintet

    Astigmatic (Polish Jazz)

    ℗ 1965 The Copyright in this sound recording is owned by Polskie Nagrania, A Warner Music Group Company.

    Composer: Krzysztof Komeda

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  • Jarosław Śmietana - Sounds & Сolours Full Album

    41:10

    1987

    Polish Jazz Vol. 73

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  • Śmietana/Karolak/Czerwiński - Polish Standards - Full album - Great Polish Jazz

    1:2:23

    Utwory:
    00:00 Już nie zapomnisz mnie
    05:03 Gdzie ci mężczyźni
    10:34 Why Not This Way
    15:40 Cała jesteś w skowronkach
    23:02 Pod Papugami
    29:47 To ostatnia niedziela
    36:49 Little B.B.
    42:07 Dni, których nie znamy
    45:44 Kiedy byłem małym chłopcem
    49:20 Jej portret
    55:25 Kiedy byłem małym chłopcem (alternate arrangement)

    Skład zespołu:
    Jarek Śmietana - gitary
    Wojciech Karolak - organy Hammonda B-3
    Adam Czerwiński - perkusja

    oraz gościnnie:
    Janusz Muniak - saksofon tenorowy (utwory 1,5,10)
    Thomas Celis Sanchez - perkusjonalia (utwory 4,5)

    Rok wydania: 2007

  • All Stars After Hours - Night Jam Session In Warsaw 1973 full album

    48:45

    Polskie Nagrania Muza - SX 1033


    A1 Neskim Blues

    Alto Saxophone – Wlodzimierz Nahorny
    Alto Saxophone [Amplified] – Zbigniew Namyslowski
    Baritone Saxophone – Wlodzimierz Kurpinski
    Bass – Bronislaw Suchanek
    Congas – Andrzej Dabrowski
    Drums – Czeslaw Bartkowski
    Organ [Hammond Organ] – Krzysztof Sadowski, Wojciech Karolak
    Percussion – Andrzej Trzaskowski
    Piano – Adam Makowicz
    Soprano Saxophone – Janusz Muniak, Tomasz Szukalski
    Tenor Saxophone – Ptaszyn Wroblewski
    Trombone – Jan Jarczyk, Stanislaw Cieslak
    Violin [Amplified] – Zbigniew Seifert

    A2 Solar
    Alto Saxophone [Amplified] – Zbigniew Namyslowski
    Bass – Pawel Jarzebski
    Drums – Czeslaw Bartkowski
    Organ [Hammond Organ] – Wojciech Karolak
    Tenor Saxophone – Tomasz Szukalski

    B1 Peace
    Bass – Pawel Jarzebski
    Drums – Czeslaw Bartkowski
    Organ [Hammond Organ] – Wojciech Karolak
    Piano – Zbigniew Namyslowski
    Tenor Saxophone – Tomasz Szukalski
    Violin [Amplified] – Zbigniew Seifert

    B2 So What
    Alto Saxophone – Wlodzimierz Nahorny
    Alto Saxophone [Amplified] – Zbigniew Namyslowski
    Baritone Saxophone – Wlodzimierz Kurpinski
    Bass – Krzysztof Sadowski, Wojciech Karolak
    Drums – Andrzej Dabrowski, Czeslaw Bartkowski
    Organ [Hammond Organ] – Krzysztof Sadowski, Wojciech Karolak
    Piano – Jan Jarczyk
    Soprano Saxophone – Janusz Muniak
    Tenor Saxophone – Ptaszyn Wroblewski
    Violin [Amplified] – Zbigniew Seifert

    Notes
    Recorded live at the Congress Hall - Warsaw, October 1973.

  • Chopin Jazz Marathon – Polish Jazz Fest in TLV

    2:38:05

    We invite you to a broadcast of the Chopin Jazz Marathon, with musical performances by Israeli musicians. The marathon includes four Israeli ensembles led by the best jazz pianists in the country, who improvise and play jazz arrangements of Frederic Chopin's music, written especially for the Polish JazzFest in TLV.

    Participants:
    Tom Oren – piano solo
    Hila Kulik & Hadar Noiberg – piano-flute duet
    Guy Mintus Trio
    Uriel Herman-Maya & Belsitzman-Ehud Ettun – piano-double, bass-cello
    Dror Shimoni – lute solo
    Elad Gellert & Ioarm Linker – baritone saxophones

    The concert is part of the פסטיבל הג'אז הפולני בתל אביב / Polish JazzFest in TLV: four weekends of Polish Jazz and Polish-Israeli jazz performances organised by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw, the Polish Institute Tel Aviv, and the Israeli Jazz Fun Club (קהילת הג'אז החברתית) – 27th August - 17th September 2020.

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  • Adam Makowicz - Unit

    32:19

    Artist: Adam Makowicz
    Album: Unit
    Year: 1973
    Genre: jazz fusion, contemporary jazz, avant-garde jazz, jazz-funk
    Label: Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎-- SX 0963 (Polish Jazz -- Vol. 35)

    Musicians
    Adam Makowicz - Fender piano, Fender bass & piano
    Czesіaw Bartkowski - drums & percussion

    Tracklist:

    A1. THE SONG FROM THE VALLEYS (Piesn z dolin) (A. Makowicz)
    A2. WAR SONG (Piesn wojenna) (A. Makowicz)
    A3. THE SONG FROM THE HILLS (Piesn ze wzgуrz) (A. Makowicz)
    A4. DRINKING SONG (Piesn pijacka) (A. Makowicz)
    A5. SACRED SONG (Piesn religijna) (A. Makowicz)

    B1. SEVEN FOR FIVE (W. Karolak)
    B2. SUGGESTION (Propozycja) (C. Bartkowski)
    B3. BLUES (A. Makowicz, C. Bartkowski)
    B4. IT'S NOT BAD (Nie jest zle) (K. Komeda)
    B5. CHEROKEE (Ray Noble)

  • Tomasz Stańko Quintet – Jazzmessage From Poland

    48:19

    A Aeoioe/ Heban 00:00 - 21:43
    B Piece for Diana 21:43 - 48:18

    Avant-Garde Jazz, European Free Jazz
    Released in 1972



    Personnel:
    Tomasz Stańko (Trumpet)
    Janusz Muniak (Flute, Tenor Saxophone, Percussion)
    Bronisław Suchanek (Double Bass)
    Janusz Stefański (Drums, Percussion)
    Zbigniew Seifert (Violin)

  • Jazz Band Ball Orchestra - Tribute To Duke Ellington Full Album

    35:36

    1979

    Polish Jazz Vol. 60

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  • Komeda, Stanko, Dylag, Carlsson - TV Performance, 1967

    32:22

    This TV performance comes from 1967 - a year and a half before Komeda's tragical and mysterious death in USA.

    The quartet is playing here the composition of Komeda - Requiem for John Coltrane (AKA Nighttime Daytime Requiem).

    The musicians are:

    Krzysztof Komeda p
    Tomasz Stanko tp
    Roman Dylag b
    Rune Carlsson dr

    Krzysztof Komeda - a true legend of Polish jazz music, a firestarter and somehow teacher of the whole generation of Polish jazz musicians including the most famous of them today - Tomasz Stanko.

  • Skalpel - Polish Jazz EP full

    21:36

    Demo EP, which led Skalpel to sign a contract with Ninja Tune. Classic material | self-released 2000. TRACKLIST:
    0:00 Newly Arrived from Poland
    0:55 Tension
    4:35 The Dream of the Sleepless Man
    8:07 Directions
    12:55 The Fairy Tale from a Dusty Crate
    16:42 Sculpture

  • Cafe Jazz in Warsaw, Poland - Relaxing Background Music - Cafe / Calm / Relax / Study / ASMR

    1:32

    Imagine yourself relaxing in a cozy coffee shop in Warsaw, Poland! #Cafe #study #Jazz #playlist

  • Jerzy Milian Trio, Tempus Jazz 67, Baazaar LP, 1969 - polish jazz

    4:17

    Jerzy Milian one of greatest Polish vibraphonists and composers.This album presents the road covered by Milian during the 15 years of his work as well as his fascinations and capabilities, both as a virtuoso player and a composer

  • Experience modern Polish jazz with high definition quartet

    14:00

    High Definition Quartet is a young Polish jazz outfit that comprises of Saxophonist Mateusz Slaw, pianist Port Orzechowski, bassist Alan Wykpisz and drummer Dwaid Fortuna. They switch tempo, keys and approach several times within a very short span of time, doing it in perfect harmony and unison.

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  • Polish Jazz

    5:57

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    Polish Jazz · Michal Urbaniak

    Songs For Poland

    ℗ 2003 UbxNet Inc.

    Released on: 2003-01-01

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  • New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch - Wacław Zimpel

    15:46

    Waclaw Zimpel is a clarinettist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer based in Warsaw, Poland. Classically trained, variously inspired by jazz, electronics, minimalism and roots music from across the world – alongside his rare alto clarinet he plays woodwind instruments including the khaen harmonica from Laos - Waclaw has created a new musical language across such wildly acclaimed albums as 2015’s Lines and 2020’s Massive Oscillations. A frequent collaborator, Waclaw continues to work with noted free jazz players including Kuba Ziolek and – with iconic Moroccan Gnawa musician Mokhtar Guinea - the UK synth wizard James Holden. A project with English electronic musician Shackleton is set for imminent release.


    New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch is a series of five in-depth interviews hosted by jazz critic Jane Cornwell (Jazzwise, London Evening Standard) during lockdown and featuring creators whose contribution to the jazz canon within and outside Poland is considerable. Each musician is wildly different. All are authentic, visionary and internationally acclaimed.

  • Old Timers & Marianna Wróblewska - Meeting Full Album

    38:24

    1975

    Polish Jazz Vol. 44

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  • Spisek Sześciu ‎– Complot Of Six Full Album Polish Jazz

    38:48



    Spisek Sześciu

    Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎– SX 1221
    1975 r.
    Polish Jazz Vol. 45

    A Wizje / Visions
    Aa Na Krawędzi
    Ab Pojedynek
    Ac Modlitwa

    B1 Amorphous
    B2 Pieprzem I Solą / With Salt And Pepper
    B3 Epitaphium

  • New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch - Joanna Duda

    14:54

    Joanna Duda is a pianist, composer, performance artist and interdisciplinary artist based in Gydnia, Poland. Her acclaimed second album KEEN was released in 2019. She has co-founded many bands including her current Joanna Duda Trio, which sees her using acoustic instruments, samples and electronics to create multi-layered improvisations; an album, Fumitsuke, is set for release later in 2021. Joanna is a longtime member of the well known Wojtek Mazolewski Quintet (WMQ) and lauded for her work across the contemporary classical and electronic music scenes. She composed the score for the Netflix show Erotica 2022, which examines the role of women in Poland.


    New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch is a series of five in-depth interviews hosted by jazz critic Jane Cornwell (Jazzwise, London Evening Standard) during lockdown and featuring creators whose contribution to the jazz canon within and outside Poland is considerable. Each musician is wildly different. All are authentic, visionary and internationally acclaimed.

  • KRZYSZTOF ZGRAJA Laokoon full album

    38:29

    Krzysztof Zgraja Laokoon (1981)
    Wydawca: Polskie Nagrania Muza SX 2350
    Strona A:
    (00:00) Luz blues
    (03:26) Alex funky
    (04:25) La Concha
    (15:36) W oczekiwaniu na
    Strona B:
    (18:41) Laokoon
    (28:54) Fin de siecle
    Music by: Krzysztof Zgraja
    Musicians: Krzysztof Zgraja (flute), Jacek Bednarek (bass), Krzysztof Ścierański (bass guitar), Marek Stach (drums), Wojciech Kamiński (piano, Fender piano), Zbigniew Namysłowski (alto saxophone), Reto Weber (drums).
    Recording engineers: Jacek Złotkowski, Michał Gola
    Sleeve design: Marek A. Karewicz

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  • Jazz in Stalinist Poland - Jazz Ensamble of Mieczysław Janicz, ca 1950.wmv

    3:19

    Zawsze (Always) Slow-fox (A.Roberts/ G.Fisher) -- Zespół Jazzowy Mieczysława Janicza, Muza ca 1949/50 (Polish)

    NOTE: Apart from the tragic turn of historical events in Poland after 1945 -- a Yalta Pact making Poland, with no respect to Poland's input into Western Allies' victory over the Third Reich, a part of Josef Stalin's empire - the dance music and jazz was carrying on its existence, deeply touched by losses during the 2nd World War (many musicians of a Jewish origin -- e.g. bandleaders and composers Artur Gold, Szymon Kataszek, Józef Zuck, Emanuel Schlechter, to name only a few were murdered in nazi ghettos or in concentration and annihilation camps, which were built by Germans of the occupied Polish territory).

    Before the year 1949- it is, when installation of the Stalinist system was complete -- Melodje record factory in Poznań managed to issue many sides with first Polish post-war attempts to revive pre-war dance music tradition in Poland (e.g. excellent recordings of Brothers Łopatowski or Charles Bowery jazz orchestras). The Stalinism, however, meant for all privately owned companies, like Melodje or Fogg-Records the end of their activity. In their place a huge factory Muza was created -- the one and only nationwide record production, based upon Polish Odeon resources from before 1945. This meant a total Communist Poarty control on records production in Poland. According to new political demands the repertoire of otherwise very good dance orchestras, like Jan Cajmer, was supposed to change repertoire, favouring the achievements of the working class in form of working youth marches, happy polkas and all other folk dances. Yet, quite a few little jazz bands still performed jazz music in the clubs and occassionally and by some miracle, they were recorded. Mieczysław Janicz's Jazz Ensamble was one of such small bands.

    This soft, nice American slowfox Always is accompanied by photographs of three great post-war theatre actresses: Danuta Szaflarska, Irena Eichlerówna (who debuted in film before the war) and Zofia Mrozowska. According to a new cultural deal, a prewar vampish type of a star with platinum hair and diamonds disappeared, giving place to a a brave and strong bricklaying or tractor-driving girl from the working class. Nevertheless, the theatres were immune to such trends and best Polish stages still resounded with phrases from Shakespeare, Calderon or Racine. Great artists, even in most gloomy years, never betray high standards of their calling.

  • Good Polish Jazz in 2021

    6:17

    A few albums to give you an update about great Polish albums from this first half of 2021.

    Links to albums:




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  • New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch - Piotr Pianohooligan Orzechowski

    15:43

    Piotr ‘PianoHooligan’ Orzechowski is a Krakow, Poland-based virtuoso pianist, composer and bandleader hailed by critics for his uncompromising creativity. He has a Masters degree from the Berklee College of Music, is a winner of the prestigious Montreux Jazz Piano Competition and the founder of the celebrated High Definition Quartet. He has collaborated with such prominent contemporary composers as Philip Glass, Steve Reich and Krzysztof Penderecki, as well as orchestras including the Polish National Radio Symphony. Piotr’s monumental 2016 solo piano double album 24 Preludes & Improvisations (Decca/Universal), which alluded in form to Bach’s 24 Preludes & Fugues, won international accolades. Its long-awaited follow up – a visionary take on swing, as conceptualised by improvised piano – is forthcoming.


    New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch is a series of five in-depth interviews hosted by jazz critic Jane Cornwell (Jazzwise, London Evening Standard) during lockdown and featuring creators whose contribution to the jazz canon within and outside Poland is considerable. Each musician is wildly different. All are authentic, visionary and internationally acclaimed.

  • New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch - Marek Pędziwiatr

    17:07

    Marek Pędziwiatr is a pianist and composer from Wrocław, Poland. He is the leader of the hugely popular sextet EABS, whose current 2019 album Slavic Spirits received widespread critical and popular acclaim, and a member of Błoto – four musicians from EABS whose free jazz aesthetic is rooted in brutal hip-hop grooves, as heard on their recently released third LP, Kwasy I Zasady (Acids and Bases). Marek is involved in other musical projects under the name Latarnik, including the 2021 album Nafs At Peace, a collaboration with UK-based flautist/bandleader Tenderlonious and Pakistani instrumental quartet Jaubi. All the above are released on Astigmatic Records.


    New Polish Jazz: Ones To Watch is a series of five in-depth interviews hosted by jazz critic Jane Cornwell (Jazzwise, London Evening Standard) during lockdown and featuring creators whose contribution to the jazz canon within and outside Poland is considerable. Each musician is wildly different. All are authentic, visionary and internationally acclaimed.

  • Extra Ball - Narodziny

    10:12

    1976 album Birthday by Polish band Extra Ball

  • Polish Jazz vol. 2 - Golden Era Of The Melomani Group vinyl rip side 1

    21:35

    Polish Jazz Archive Series 1946-1956
    vinyl rip

  • JJ 69 - New Faces In Polish Jazz

    38:55

    Artist: Various
    Album: JJ 69 - New Faces In Polish Jazz
    Year: 1970 (recorded in 1969)
    Country: Poland
    Genre: avant-garde jazz, post bop, modal, free jazz
    Label: Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎– XL 0579, Polish Jazz – Vol. 20


    A1. The Andrzej Przybielski Quartet - Żebrówka II
    Bass – Helmut Nadolski, Jacek Bednarek
    Drums – Janusz Trzciński
    Trumpet, Leader – Andrzej Przybielski

    A2. Marian Siejka & Wacław Rezler - Moment Notice
    Guitar – Wacław Rezler
    Violin – Marian Siejka

    A3. The Urszula Dudziak & Michał Urbaniak Quartet - Misty
    Bass – Janusz Kozłowski
    Drums – Andrzej Dąbrowski
    Piano – Adam Makowicz
    Saxophone – Michał Urbaniak
    Vocals – Urszula Dudziak

    A4. Mieczysław Kosz - Odejście (Departure)
    Piano – Mieczysław Kosz

    B1. The Paradoks - Ploteczki Cioteczki (Auntie's Gossips)
    Trombone, Leader – Andrzej Brzeski
    Bassoon – Tomasz Sosnowski
    Cello – Michał Górny
    Bass – Zbigniew Kulhawczuk

    B2. Adam Makowicz - Who Can I Turn To
    Piano – Adam Makowicz

    B3. The Zbigniew Seifert Quartet - Złudzenie (Illusion)
    Bass – Jan Gonciarczyk
    Drums – Janusz Stefański
    Piano – Jan Jarczyk
    Saxophone, Leader – Zbigniew Seifert

    B4. The Zbigniew Seifert Quartet - Taniec Garbusa (Hunchback's Dance)
    Bass – Jan Gonciarczyk
    Drums – Janusz Stefański
    Piano – Jan Jarczyk
    Saxophone, Leader – Zbigniew Seifert


    Recorded at the International Jazz Festival Jazz Jamboree, Warsaw, October 1969

  • Czesław Gładkowski & Krzysztof Zgraja - Alter Ego Full Album

    38:53

    1974

    Polish Jazz Vol. 42

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  • Polish Jazz Summit - Improvisation live in Germany 1974

    29:26

    From 11CD box New Jazz Festival Balver Hohle (New Jazz 1974 & 1975) (Germany). The members: Zbigniew Seifert (vln), Zbigniew Namyslowski (sax, cello), Tomasz Stanko (tp), Tomasz Szukalski (bass clarinet, tenor sax), Adam Makowicz (p), John Lee (b), Cees See (ds).

  • Polski Jazz Ensemble full album

    50:05



    Polski Jazz Ensemble
    Poljazz ‎– PSJ - 141

    A1 Song For Ewa
    A2 Spring Ballad
    A3 Lonesome Dancer
    A4 Bajka

    B1 Polonez
    B2 Substitute
    B3 Rosemary's Baby

  • Henryk Majewski & Robert Majewski – Continuation Full Album

    37:30

    1987

    Polish Jazz Vol. 70

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  • Adam Makowicz ‎– Unit Full Album Polish Jazz

    37:49



    Adam Makowicz ‎– Unit
    Polish Jazz – Vol. 35

    Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎– SXL 0963
    1973 r.

    A1 The Song From The Valleys / Pieśń Z Dolin
    A2 War Song / Pieśń Wojenna
    A3 The Song From The Hills / Pieśń Ze Wzgórz
    A4 Drinking Song / Pieśń Pijacka
    A5 Sacred Song / Pieśń Religijna

    B1 Seven For Five
    B2 Suggestion / Propozycja
    B3 Blues
    B4 It's Not Bad / Nie Jest Zle
    B5 Cherokee

  • Polish Jazz

    3:59

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    Polish Jazz · Andrzej Słowik

    Jazz Instrumental

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    Released on: 2018-01-27

    Artist: Andrzej Słowik

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  • All Stars After Hours - Night Jam Session In Warsaw Full Album

    48:35

    1973

    Polish Jazz Vol. 37

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  • Gold Washboard - Live At Stodoła Club Full Album

    38:52

    1974

    Polish Jazz Vol. 41

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  • Krzysztof Sadowski And His Group - Three Thousands Points Full Album

    41:26

    1975

    Polish Jazz Vol. 47

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  • Alex Band Zbiegowisko

    4:40

    Rare Killer Polish Jazz-Funk 70's

  • Michal Urbaniaks Group ‎– Live Recording Polish Jazz vol 24 full album

    39:19



    Michal Urbaniak's Group ‎– Live Recording
    Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎– SXL 0733
    1971 r.

    A1 Suite - Jazz Jamboree 70
    A1a North Ballad
    A1b EJ Blues
    A1c Spring

    B1 Crazy Girl
    B2 Body And Soul
    B3 Jazz Moment No.1

  • Your Solo - Exploring Polish Jazz #4 - Artur Tuźnik / interview

    23:52

    First part of the the talk with Artur Tuznik. First, out of two, because we couldn't stop talking but we touched on very important issues. We talked about the identity, trust, mission, impressionism, time, intuition, and about the way his artistic vision and objectives has shaped throughout his studies and life in Copenhagen. Trully important and illuminating topics for musicians and non-musicians. I discovered a lot yesterday and I encourage you to do the same :)

    LINKS:

    ????Tomasz Stańko Experience:


    ????Tomasz Licak & Artur Tuźnik Quintet


    ????Artur Tuźnik Trio




    ????Maciej Kadziela Music THE TASTE OF THE WORLD feat. Grzech Piotrowski


    ????Kārlis Auziņš IMAGES IN REGARD OF THE CENTRAL REFERENCE SYSTEM


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    #yoursolo #exploringpolishjazz #polishjazz #stayhomeandlistenpolishjazz #transcription

  • Krzysztof Popek - Young Power Full Album

    38:21

    1987

    Polish Jazz Vol. 72

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  • Your Solo #2 - Exploring Polish Jazz / Kamil Piotrowicz

    2:27

    Your Solo - Exploring Polish Jazz #2 - Kamil Piotrowicz

    I present you a truly extraordinary and adventurous musician and my friend Kamil Piotrowicz. The composition Popular Music comes from an album of the same title Popular Music from 2016.
    This is absolutely innovative and courageous album in terms of the sound, compositional and formal concept, instrumentation and stylisctic eclecticism. This is a next album after A Vista Social Club by Stryjo (Your Solo #1) that is a strong statement that MUSIC IS ONE. We can hear here influences by Bach, modern classical music, electronic music, improvisational music that intertwine creating a musical matter full of rich textures and unexpected ( but at the same time resulting from the musical storytelling) events.
    I feel some mistery, something dark, mystical; a lot of questions that involve the listener and introduce you to the realm of this music. So, again, we go beyond the convention and style because (as I believe) this is the only way to discover yourself and your place in the artistic world.

    Aga Derlak

    LINKS:

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  • Polish Jazz - Sami Swoi

    5:58

  • Polish Jazz Quartet - Pola Elizejskie, dwunasta w nocy Official Audio

    6:09

    Posłuchaj w serwisach cyfrowych:

    „Pola Elizejskie, dwunasta w nocy”
    Muzyka: Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski

    Jan „Ptaszyn” Wróblewski – saksofon tenorowy
    Wojciech Karolak – fortepian
    Juliusz Sandecki – kontrabas
    Andrzej Dąbrowski – perkusja


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    1964 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Polskie Nagrania, A Warner Music Group Company. All rights reserved.

  • Jan Ptaszyn Wroblewski Quartet, Flyin Lady LP, Bossa Nostra Polish Jazz vol. 55/ Warsaw 1978

    5:37

    JAN PTASZYN WROBLEWSKI [YAHN PTOSH-shin vroo-BLEFF-ski] Polish tenor saxophonist and composer. Wróblewski is the one of the first Polish musicians who started playing in a free-jazz style and, although later he used a more traditional approach, he remained open to musical experimentation. Some of his compositions are influenced by Polish folk music.This LP was recorded in Warsaw in 1978. Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski Quartet: Andrzej Dąbrowski (dr), Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski (ts), Witold Szczurek (cb), Marek Bliziński (g)

  • Extra Ball - Kocham Cię Anno _ I Love You Anna_ mpeg2video.mpg

    6:27

    Jarosław Śmietana-leader,electric and acoustic guitars
    Adam Kawończyk-trumpet, flugelhorn
    Wojciech Groborz-Fender piano, piano trombone
    Antoni Dębski-electric bass
    Marian Bronikowski-drums, percussion with
    Janusz Muniak (guest)-tenor & soprano saxophones,flute

    Recorded in Warsaw, may 1979r.

  • Body And Soul - Wladyslaw Kowalczyk Quartet

    3:26

    Warsaw, 30 dec 1955
    Wladyslaw Kowalczyk (cl)
    Jerzy Herman (p)
    Zenon Wozniak (b)
    Szyman Walter (d)

  • Basia Moore and Michael Urbaniak in sexy smooth Polish Jazz

    5:04

    Basia Moore and Michael Urbaniak in sexy smooth Polish Jazz from CD album - Basia Moore sings Michael Urbaniak. Recorded in New York 1993.

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